Behind every star rapper is a producer creating unforgettable beats for their songs. Pro producer Tim Koi shares his tips for crafting your own beats!
The word “audio” is used to refer to the sound qualities of a recording or live music performance. Aside from the pitch and rhythm of the music being played, there are also many factors which fall under the term “audio”, such as the balance of audio frequencies present, the way audio effects may be used to adjust the sound in various ways, and the way multiple sound sources are combined to make a pleasing mix.
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Composer and multi-instrumentalist Jason Dzamba shares a process for composing that will help you steer clear of writer’s block and focus your creativity.
Composer Mike Reed shows you around the esoteric world of background music composition, sharing his techniques and creative process along the way.
EDM is a fun and fascinating genre of music. Birthed at the end of the disco era, electronic dance music has made a huge impact on modern artists and culture.
The quest for recording and playing music – first mechanically, then electronically, now digitally – has been a wild ride, with some crazy detours.
The crucial last step of home recording—mastering—is often farmed out to pros. Give your tracks that professionally mastered sound with this new app.
Inexpensive digital sampling technology and the never-ending quest for new sounds has opened up the world of music to any and all sounds in our environment.
Explore the different types of synthesis, how to generate them and include them in your musical creations. With demo samples and real tracks as examples.
The voice is the instrument we are all have. Now, using synthesizers, it can be processed to create unique sounds. Listen to 5 songs using this technique.
Have you heard about the importance of “frequencies” in music? In this article we’ll explain why understanding frequency can make you a better musician.
In the past the only way to get “Golden Ears” was with expensive courses or formal college education. Now any musician can get the golden ears they deserve.
Learn the equipment and techniques which gave Claire and the Potatoes the distinctive throwback sound of their new album in this interview with Marc Sirdoreus.